Victoria Doramus: Good for Business, Good for Community

University of Colorado, Boulder; was just the first step for a young Victoria Doramus. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication and put that degree to use as she began her career as a writer. She went on to write for the Huffington Post and others.

Victoria Doramus wasn’t just a writer in her early years. She also held jobs as a research assistant, personal assistant to film director/producer, Peter Borg, and west coast director for Trendera.

All of these experience eventually led her to become a well-known digital print and media professional. Yet, Victoria Doramus did not stop there. After being a benefit to multiple companies, she took on becoming a benefit to multiple communities of people.

As a self-employed director of philanthropy, she has benefited multiple non-profit organizations. She has donated both her money and time to the Amy Winehouse Foundation, Room to Read, Best Friends Animal Society, and the Women’s Prison Association.

The Amy Winehouse Society helps at risk youth by working to prevent addiction to drugs and alcohol. It also helps provide homes for newly sober woman, to provide the support they need to prevent relapse. Another rehabilitation program for women is the Women’s Prison Association. They assist recently released women acclimate to life after prison by helping them follow steps to become productive members of society.

Victoria Doramus doesn’t stop there. She also helps children around the world read through her work with Room to Read. They have helped 12.4 million kids in low-income homes improve their literacy.

Even animals benefit from Victoria Doramus’s work. By investing her efforts into Best Friends Animal Society she has helped to significantly lower the number of animals killed in shelters each year.

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